June

Identifier

T100591

Description

Index cards listing events in President Wilson's life.

Source

Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum staff

Publisher

Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum

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Contributor

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pdf file

Language

English

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June 1

1920 By a vote of 23 for and 52 against, the United States Senate respectfully declines to grant the power requested in message of May 24, 1920, to establish an American mandate over Armenia.

June 2

1915 President Wilson issues the government statement in regards to the American policy towards Mexico

1916 President Wilson delivers an address before the graduating class of the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland.

1897 Woodrow Wilson delivers the commencement Address “On Being Human” at a school in Boston and was later published in Atlantic Monthly in September 1897.

June 3

1889 Woodrow Wilson’s The State is published.

June 4

1914 President Wilson makes an address accepting monument in memory of the Confederate dead at Arlington (Va.) National Cemetery, presented by the Daughters of the Confederacy.

June 5

1914 President Wilson addresses the graduating class of the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis “The idea of America is to serve humanity”

1920 Merchant Marine Act came under the Act of 1920. The shipping board was to dispose of the wartime merchant fleet to private parties, and to operate those ships which it could not sell; and to establish new shipping routes and to keep ships in these services until private capital could be attracted to them.

1917 President Wilson delivers an address at the Confederate Veterans reunion in Washington, DC.

June 9

1915 President sends to Germany his second Lusitania note.

1902 Woodrow Wilson is elected president of Princeton University.

June 10

1920 President Wilson approves the Federal Water Power Act creating the original Federal Power Commission.

June 12

1910 President Wilson delivers the Baccalaureate address at Princeton University.

1904 Woodrow Wilson delivers the Baccalaureate address at Princeton University.

1905 Woodrow Wilson’s Preceptorial System was formally adopted.

1906 Woodrow Wilson was In Rydal, England for a vacation from his duties of president of Princeton.

June 13

1916 President Wilson delivers an address before the graduating class of the United States Military Academy, at West Point, New York.

June 14

1915 President Wilson’s Flag Day address at the Treasury Department in Washington, DC.

1916 President Wilson’s Flag Day address in Washington, DC.

1917 President Wilson’s Flag Day address in Washington, DC.

1874 The Wilsons are now living in Wilmington, North Carolina.

June 15

1914 President Wilson’s Flag Day address in Washington, DC. on “The Meaning of the American Flag.”

1914 President Wilson signs the Panama Canal Act which exempted American coastwise vessels from the canal tolls.

1911 President Wilson delivers an address at a rally of Democratic Clubs at Harrisburg, PA, “Democracy’s Opportunity.”

June 16

1916 President Wilson’s renomination for President of the United States by the National Democratic Convention in St. Louis, Missouri.

June 17

1893 Woodrow Wilson writes the essay “Mere Literature”.

1890 Woodrow Wilson delivers an address “Leaders of Men” at the University of Tennessee.

1899 Woodrow Wilson sails for Europe a second time while professor at Princeton.

1903 An LLD Degree is conferred on Woodrow Wilson by Brown University.

June 18

1902 An LL.D. Degree is conferred on Woodrow Wilson by Rutgers College.

June 19

1919 President Wilson delivers four addresses at Brussels, Belgium; at the American Legation, before the Belgian Chamber of Deputies, at the Hotel de Ville, and at a dinner given in his honor by the King of the Belgians.

1895 “Leaders of Men” a commencement address at Oberlin College given by Woodrow Wilson.

June 20

1920 Water-Power Act created a federal power commission composed of the secretaries of War, Interior, and Agricultural and subordinate officers. Its authority extended to all waterways on public lands, navigational streams.

1894 An essay on education “University Training and Citizenship” is written by Woodrow Wilson.

June 23

1903 Article on “States Rights” published in “Cambridge Modern History.”

1913 President Wilson delivers an address at a joint session of Congress, urging currency legislation. Six months later Wilson signed the Federal Reserve Bill.

June 24

1885 Woodrow Wilson married Ellen Axson from Rome, Georgia. They were married in the Manse of the Independent Presbyterian Church of Savannah, Georgia.

June 26

1919 President Wilson attends a farewell dinner given in his honor by President Poincare of France.

1893 The political essay “Government under the Constitution” is written by Woodrow Wilson.

June 28

1919 President Wilson signs the Treaty of Peace with Germany at Versailles.

1919 President Wilson addresses the American people by cable about the provisions of the Peace Treaty.

1919 President Wilson leaves Paris for the United States.

1917 President signs the bill creating the War Industries Board.

June 29

1919 President Wilson leaves from Brest for America.

1916 President Wilson delivers an address before the Associated Clubs of Philadelphia, PA.

June 30

1903 Wilson’s address on “John Wesley’s Place in History

1916 President Wilson delivers an address before the Press Club in New York City.

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Woodrow Wilson Birthplace (Staunton, Va.), “June,” T100591, Woodrow Wilson Day by Day Cards, Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library & Museum, Staunton, Virginia.